There is still no word on who will start at quarterback for the Wildcats this Saturday against Utah, but there is a chance Matt Scott could get the call.
Scott was listed as “probable” in the Wildcats’ latest injury report released Thursday afternoon. Scott missed the Colorado game with a concussion suffered in the loss to UCLA.
B.J. Denker started in Scott’s place and guided the Wildcats to 56 points, though Ka’Deem Carey’s 366 rushing yards certainly helped. Denker was an efficient 12-14 for 136 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions. He did have a fumble on Arizona’s first play from scrimmage.
Scott took a shot to the head against USC and did not finish the game. He was then knocked out of the UCLA game when he took a knee to the helmet while being sacked.
Scott is 242-386 for 2,848 yards and 20 touchdowns this season. He has also rushed for 369 yards and four scores.
Taimi Tutogi (neck) and Jourdon Grandon (concussion) were also listed as probable. Chris Putton (concussion) is doubtful, while Dominique Austin (foot), Wayne Capers (illness) and Hank Hobson (neck) are out.